The race to clinch various seats in Nairobi County in the August 9th general election is gaining momentum with all eyes on the race to succeed Governor Anne Kananu.
Jubilee party looks forward to clinch the seat as it will be having a candidate in the ballot, Polycarp Igathe, seeking votes of the electorate to ascend to the seat.
Westlands Constituency MP aspirant Nelson Havi has taken a swipe at Igathe alleging how the aspiring Nairobi County Governor has let down Nairobi County cyclists.
In a post that has elicited mixed reactions on Twitter, Havi shared the photo below, claiming that Igathe had let down Nairobi County cyclists by failing to show up when some cyclists got a puncture.
"Polycarp Igathe has let down Nairobi County cyclists. He was not there at our hour of need today after we got a puncture," Nelson Havi said.
The remarks by the vocal UDA affiliated lawyer has sparked a series of mixed reactions from netizens who have talen to his timeline to pen various reactions including;
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